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Steven L. Sherman

Steven L. Sherman’s Biography

Steven L. Sherman is a Jewish believer in Jesus as the promised Messiah of Israel and the Son of God. His personal testimony of coming to Christ was featured on the “700 Club.” Steven has authored THE LAST DAYS CALENDAR: Understanding God’s Appointed Times and has made guest appearances on CTN. He has also been a featured speaker at conferences, various churches and seminars concerning Jewish Feast Days and End Times Prophecy. Steven is a gifted teacher and a dynamic and thought provoking speaker who has conducted Bible studies in light of his Jewish heritage for over 20 years.

Mr. Sherman is the founder and president of “Just Pray NO!” Ltd. This non-profit organization is a prayer and intercession ministry. The “Just Pray NO!” Annual Worldwide Weekend of Prayer and Fasting has prayer partners and supporting churches ministering to the victims of drug and alcohol abuse in all 50 states and on six continents.

Steven was born in New York City, where he made frequent appearances on Christian radio and television to help promote his ministry to the addicted. Steven taught Health and Physical Education in New York City for over 30 years before moving to Florida. He recently retired for the second time after working as a Recreational Specialist with the City of Dunedin, Florida.

Mr. Sherman has five children and two grandchildren, Alexandria, his granddaughter, and Benjamin his grandson who was born October 19, 1997, on his 50th birthday. The Shermans currently reside in Clearwater, Florida.

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The Revelation Of Jesus Christ:
Understanding the Apocalypse
The Book of Revelation Viewed from a Hebraic-Mind set

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THE REVELATION OF JESUS CHRIST: Understanding the Apocalypse The Book of Revelation Viewed from a Hebraic-Mind set

The revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show his servants what must soon take place. He made it known by sending his angel to his servant John, who testifies to everything he saw - that is, the word of God and the testimony of Jesus Christ. Blessed is the one who reads the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear it and take to heart what is written in it, because the time is near. Revelation 1:1-3

Many Christians are reluctant to read the Book of Revelation because they are intimidated by the symbolic language and unfamiliar with Hebrew culture. Yet those in the congregation who have ears to hear (not only listen to the message but take it to heart), are promised a special blessing.

Too often the Western church views the Scripture from a Greek Mind-set and within the culture and context of a Hellenized society and pagan Roman solar calendar. They hold to a linear view of history and have compartmentalized thinking – segmenting ideas by defining them a placing them neatly into a box. Certainly this type of reasoning has been a stumbling block to the proper understanding of the Book of Revelation.

On the other hand, the prophets and writers of the Gospels and New Testament epistles gave forth the Scriptures under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit within the culture and context of a life lived as prescribed in the Torah and according to the lunar Hebrew calendar. The Hebrew view of history is cyclical and the Hebrew Mind-set is of whole-living. The distinction between the two mind-sets arises from the difference between doing and knowing. The Hebrew is concerned with practice, the Greek with knowledge. Right conduct is the ultimate concern of the Hebrew, right thinking that of the Greek.

In order to best interpret the meaning of the visions and the symbolic language of the Book of Revelation, it is not only essential to have both a good working knowledge of the rest of the Bible and possess an understanding of the culture and customs of biblical times but also to view the scriptures from a Hebraic-Mind set. To better understand the chronology of the events prophesied in Revelation, it is helpful to be familiar with the story telling technique of the ancient Hebrews. An excellent illustration is the Genesis record of the creation. Genesis 1:1–2:3 is an orderly and progressive account of the creation week through day seven and God’s Sabbath of rest. Genesis 2:4–25 then refers back to day six with specific details, and Genesis 3 moves forward again to the account of the fall of man. In other words, an overall view of the creation week is presented first, and then the specifics concerning the creation of man were written.

The end time chronology of the Book of Revelation is not a strict linear account but gives an overview of events followed by specifics that disclose the future of the Jew, the Gentile and the body of Messiah through visions that spiral and recapitulate events in increasing intensity. THE REVELATION OF JESUS CHRIST: Understanding the Apocalypse is a unique verse by verse account of the Book of Revelation viewed from a Hebraic-Mind set.


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